No one was hurt physically, buy I suspect the kid won't be driving for a while. She has had 3 accidents and 2 speeding tickets in the last year.
Trailer & Getaway are insured.
The Getaway's starboard hull got pushed in far enough that it didn't completely recover and remains dented in about a 1/4" over an area about the size of a football. There's some scratches on and off of the graphics. The trailer's right rear roller support got bent back around 30 degrees, and the vertical roller got bent over around 45 degrees.
I do wonder if it's possible the hull can delaminate, as in the "skin" from the "foamie" interior stuff, now or over time. I imagine the material is stretched a bit. I don't really know if anything else may have been damaged. I'm sure the resale value has diminished. To "properly fix the trailer one would have to do some welding and galvanize the trailer again somehow. Maybe I can get a new hull too. I have to get a damage estimate for the kid's insurance company. Hopefully Matt Miller will chime in
Dan, I sail on Lake Michigan out of Glencoe Beach during the summer. I have a sand spot on the beach. We do venture out to other bodies of water at times.